Vanessa Stanfield "went off" Friday, said Modesto Junior College women's soccer coach Steve Aristotelous.
Stanfield scored five goals, including the first two of the game, as the Pirates (8-0) drubbed Butte College 7-1 at MJC West.
"They were marking her, chasing her around the field," Aristotelous said. "She was getting loose and hitting it.
"They battled us for the first 15-20 minutes," he said. "They're a good little team. That big field and being deep and being in pretty good shape are huge parts of our success."
SONOMA ST. 1, CSU STANISLAUS 0, at Rohnert Park -- Brittany Peterson scored for Sonoma (3-3, 2-0 CCAA) against the Warriors (3-4-1, 1-1-1 CCAA).
College Men's Soccer
MODESTO JC 1, DELTA 0, at Stockton -- Josh Handly scored a first-half goal for Modesto (3-2-2, 2-0 Big 8) off an assist from Victor Perez. Pirates goalies Mic Scotland and Mark Weigand each had three saves.
In the 35th minute, Perez played the ball in front of the goal. A Delta defender deflected the ball away from the goal directly to Handly, who hit a side volley from 25 yards out.
Defensively, MJC is giving up an average of one goal per game.
SONOMA ST. 3, CSU STANISLAUS 0, at Rohnert Park -- The Seawolves (3-2-1, 2-0-0 CCAA) outshot the Warriors (1-4-2, 0-2-1 CCAA) 22-8. David Seidel scored Sonoma's first goal in the 37th minute. Stanislaus was unable to cash in on any of its eight corner kicks.
High School Boys Soccer
ENOCHS 2, BEYER 1, at Enochs -- After Beyer tied it with nine minutes left, Enochs' Edeer Zamora scored off a Michael Magallanes assist. It's the first league soccer win for Enochs (2-4, 1-2 Modesto Metro Conference).
Today Modesto plays Ohlone at 11 a.m. and De Anza at 2 p.m.
Turlock played three games at Johansen, winning its first one 14-2 over Manteca as Zach Young had four goals and Brian Keesey and Taylor Sellers three each. The Bulldogs (3-5), who lost 11-2 to Granite Bay and 3-2 to Carmel, play Sanger at 9:30 a.m. today at Johansen and Del Oro at 12:50.
Debbie Vander Schaaf had 13 kills to lead the Warriors, and Megan Britton led all players with 16 digs.
"I was very pleased with our team's performance tonight," Warriors coach Chris Difani said. "We showed a lot of guts and did some things that we had worked on against a very good team.
"I was very happy how Debbie played. (Caitlin) Steffeck really came through tonight with her blocking."
Stanislaus led as late as 25-24 in Game 1 and 15-13 in Game 3. The Warriors host No. 18-ranked UC San Diego tonight at 7.